Jun 23, 2019
Here's where we tell you how to find the recipe for Midsummer Spritz, the tales we told, and the podcast we mentioned!
-1 1/2 parts Hendrick’s Midsummer Solstice gin
-1/4 part Elderflower Liqueur (like St. Germain)
-Soda water to taste
-Squeeze of lemon
-Garnish: orange and cucumber slice
Combine gin, elderflower liqueur, and lemon juice in a rocks or wine glass over ice. Gently stir, and top with soda water to taste.
Hendrick’s Midsummer Solstice Gin (SO
More info: https://flaviar.com/hendricks-gin/hendricks-midsummer-solstice/tasting-notes-reviews
"True and Untrue", by Sir George Webbe Dasent
from the book Popular Tales from the Norse
"In Midsummer Days" by August Strindberg, translated by Ellie Schleussner
Attribution: By Arthur Rackham @ http://onbookes.blogspot.com/2014/06/a-midsummer-night-dream-by-william.html (a lot of gorgeous art on this site)
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" by William
Shakespeare (synopsis via Wikipedia)
Great scene by scene synopsis: http://www.shakespeare-online.com/plots/midsps.html
Full play: http://shakespeare.mit.edu/midsummer/full.html
Utah Shakespeare Festival: https://www.bard.org/
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